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Sep 22, 2012 12:15pm EDT
of the harvard law review. he served on the u.s. court of appeals in the d.c. circuit, and for and since the the the -- and teens kolyma -- justice scalia. his subject today is titled " october turned 2011 -- the constitutional moment." please welcome paul clement. [applause] >> thank you, roger, for that kind introduction to it is great to be at the cato institute. i have attended a number of the simon lectures myself, so it is an honor to present thoughts on october term 2011, a constitutional moment. i had the distinct pleasure of arguing the challenge to the affordable care act on behalf of 26 states. very fact that 26 states combined together in a challenge against the federal statute is a remarkable development and the case itself was remarkable in almost every respect. i want to talk principally about that case and the court's decision. i am under no delusions that there is anything left to be said about the health-care case since it has been as analyzed as any case in recent memory, and that is consistent with this entire case. i have been incredibly privilege to be involved in 6
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